Two weeks ago, the gang at Gearbox software outed Krieg, a melee-oriented Psycho character class for their popular FPS RPG Borderlands 2. Since then, Pandoran explorers have been monitoring the ECHOcasts Twitter feed for news of his arrival, and yesterday the transmission they’d been anxiously awaiting arrived.
Downloadable from the PlayStation Network, Xbox LIVE Marketplace and Steam from May 14th, this bloodthirsty Hyperion Lab escapee will add a new dimension to combat with his brutal-looking buzz axe. According to the game’s Wikia, his rampage Action Skill grants him +500% Melee Damage, health regeneration per kill, and the ability to hurl his death stick at far-away enemies. Call of Duty Tomahawk pros are going to love that particular attribute.
It’s going to cost you though. Much to our disappointment, Krieg is not inclusive to the game’s Season Pass, so you’ll have to fork out $9.99 (EU pricing TBC) or 800 MS Points for the pleasure. But then, who wouldn’t gladly front up the dough for the ability to explode enemies with elemental Novas, wield live dynamite when in Fight For Your Life state, or transform into a Badass Psycho Mutant? We sure would!
Excited to meet him? Because he’s excited to “mEAT” you…
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